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Video – Short Lesson on Brain Surgery


A Short Course in Brain Surgery
(2006) Run Time: 5:36

Short Course in Brain Surgery highlights the plight of an Ontario man with a cancerous brain tumor who crossed the border to the U.S. to get the medical care that is rationed in his home country.

Written, Directed, Produced, Edited and Narrated By:
Stuart Browning (about)

About the Video:
A Short Course in Brain Surgery is part of the Free Market Cure Video Series created by filmmaker Stuart Browning to inform Americans about the dangers of collectivized medicine and the benefits of free markets in health care.

The filmmaker has received no funding from the health insurance industry or the health care industry.

Last Updated ( Mar 01, 2008 at 04:34 PM )